I am running a Tampermonkey script in Chrome that auto-refreshes every 4-8 seconds a page within a page range that looks for changes in the HTML elements and acts within a certain threshold.
The script itself works without a hitch, and I think it will continue to work for what I need. The problem is my computer runs quite slowly and choppily when I try to run this script in parallel fifteen to twenty times. I want to run more in parallel but I don't want to reduce how often the page loads because that reduces the effectiveness of the script.
I think my best bet is if I can not render the page, all without breaking the script. I don't need to see the page when it loads each time, so if I can altogether stop the page renders and have the script run on the HTML alone, that'd be great.
That said, I am open to other solutions instead or in addition to help me.